This drink is so good! Co-worker brought for a potluck at work - I will make this for my grandchildren Morir Soñando (To die dreaming) This drink from the Dominican Republic is very refreshing during a hot summer day. It is sweet, filling and nourishing.
One of the first things that most visitors to the Dominican Republic will learn is that La bandera dominicana, or “The Dominican Flag”, is also what Dominicans call the national standard lunchtime dish of rice, beans and meat, sometimes a. la comida o
Although I loved Dominican Republic, I couldn't wait to get back home and eat some good homemade food. I've always loved Jamaican beef patties ever since I was a kid. My mom would buy them from our neighborhood grocery store.
KIPE- Its origins are actually middle eastern, who after migrating to the Dominican Republic brought along this wonderful Dominican food with them and it is now part of our culture. Also known as Kibbe or Kibbeh.